SMK King George V

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SMK King George V, Seremban is a day school in Malaysia.The enrollment of students is controlled by the state Education Department of Negeri Sembilan. SMK King George V is classified as a premier school.

There are seven class names in KGV, named after past Sultans from Tanah Melayu.


King George V secondary school is renowned as Negeri Sembilan’s premier school. Situated at Za’aba Road (also known as Hose Road in the past) which is near the Seremban Lake Gardens (the crossroad between Za’ba Road and Rasah Road). Located on the top of a hill, King George V’s clock tower can be easily seen as the landmark of the school.

SMKKGV was originally a GES (Government English School), launched on 15 January 1923 in a train station building which was later known as SMKKGV. The construction process started on the 7th of October 1926. This was done to construct a main building which cost around RM 221,337.82. The school’s main building is also one of the most famous landmark in Seremban. In addition with that, the school clock was specially imported from England for the manufacturing of the clock tower.

On 23 April 1928, the main building located at Jalan Hose (now Jalan Za’aba) was officially opened by by W.G. Ormsbygore which is the Secretary of the Imperial British Colony in Tanah Melayu. Those that attended the opening ceremony includes Tuanku Muhammad Ibni al-marhum Tuanku Antah which is the Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan; Sir Hugh Clifford, the High...
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